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2019 Movies and Reviews

I’ve been wanting to write movie reviews for a long time. Based on the professionals who do it, it never seems to match what I’m looking for. When I end up talking to people about a movie, or a TV show, I rate it high and so do the people I work with or talk […]

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Massdrop Blue Box IEMs

Back, way back, back using the way back machine… there was a website called Mobshop. It was great. You could purchase something, and as the number of customers increased for a certain product, the price would go down to a minimum price. That is the basis for Massdrop.com. The site has a limited number of […]

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The Return…

Opening the doors… a new year, a new activity. I’ll be commenting on technology and society, business and ethics, podcasts and entertainment. I have a broad spectrum of interests, so I’ll try to keep it focused. I plan on rolling out a new set of podcasts as well and will end up putting them here […]

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Updates to HATCHideas, ohmTown, MagneTile.

I’m now a full time professor at Frederick Community College and the Program Coordinator for Cybersecurity. That means that I’m doing a lot less in terms of product development for the next 70 days, and then after that there will be consistency in terms of what I’m up to. I’ve done some updates to HATCHideas, […]

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Someone break out the Ouija board, we need Mr. Tesla, STAT!

Tesla is the Apple of electric vehicles and power management. They build specific things, they work together and nobody HAS to be a middle man to purchase an Apple brand electronic device. Apple lets that happen to distribute their products, but could probably automate retail right out of the picture. Tesla on the other hand, […]

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Apple Pricing – Review

So, here is how it shook out: Apple Watch is available in three collections, Apple Watch Sport, priced at $349 (US) and $399 (US); Apple Watch, available from $549 (US) to $1,099 (US); and Apple Watch Edition, crafted from custom rose or yellow 18-karat gold alloys, with prices starting at $10,000 (US). So, the Edition […]

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Apple Watch Reveal Monday March 9th, 2015

As I’ve said many times before, I am platform agnostic. I do have an active interested in all things Apple. One of them is the upcoming Apple Watch. I made some Apple Watch predictions back in September of 2014. Others have been making them more often and since then. The latest coming from Daring Fireball. […]

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Most Personal Projects are Offline for 2015

Too many distractions, not enough time. I’m focusing on other things and returning to school for another Masters degree. This time in Digital Forensics. I had been considering a PhD, but I’ll reconsider in two years. I’m working a lot more on the teaching side of things and have unwound most of my business operations. […]

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Apple Watch Price Estimate

The Apple Watch. I’ve fallen in love with the idea of it. It is a wonderful idea for keeping in touch both directly and indirectly. By tying it to the iPhone, it seems a bit hobbled, but in reality it is no different than any other smart watch currently on the market. You just can’t […]

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Yikes! A working and rumored iPhone 6.

Lets face it. Apple (AAPL) is just a juggernaut of an ecosystem. Not just due to the fan base and the fanatics within it. We get fan from fanatics which has an interesting etymology. But before I digress, I’ll pull myself back onto the tracks. So, what is this Apple ecosystem? Well, it is the […]

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Mac Mini Mid-2014 ( Rumor )

There is a lot of discussion going around the Internets that there is a new Mac Mini coming soon, very soon based on a posting about the device on the Apple website, but not the store. I just wanted to post what I hope to see, design wise. Right now, the Mac Mini looks like […]

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Meet Google Fiber by way of a Speed Test. Competition is good.

Well, good for consumers at least. Anyone who thinks otherwise needs to have their head checked. Any company that might say that consolidation is good for the customer should be stripped of its license. M&A might help to a point, but when there is only a few competitors in a space, primarily due to artificial […]

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Vice.com Article : De-Pave Paradise

I stumbled across this article on Vice.com today. It starts out by stating “The sharing ecosystem that driverless cars are going to usher in is going to cut down on the number of cars on the road and as a consequence, will kill the modern parking lot.” I have to tell you, this comes straight […]

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